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BUS STOPS - Practical Tools

  • Renouf 1 Michael Fowler Centre (map)

A bus stop is an exciting, dynamic session format which lets you engage with presenters, and learn about a variety of topics in one go!  You'll move around the room in small groups to hear from up to four different presenters, making for a really personal experience.  


Water, Wairere and Wairua: an emerging model of supervision for youth workers in Aotearoa

In this presentation I will be introducing my model of supervision for youth workers called Water, Wairere, and Wairua. The presentation will inquire into key concepts around identity, reflection, kaitiakitanga, and culture to highlight the journey of a youth worker and touch on my own identity and journey in the development of my model. The presentation will be informed by relevant rangahau from Maori and non Maori bodies of knowledge and supported by whakapapa korero.

Shannon Kelly


Incredibly practical youth involvement guide

A speed run to get you ready to include youth in your work, designed to be practical and easy - all from a youth perspective!

  • Why you should include youth
  • Where to start
  • Common barriers with easy fixes
  • Reaching specific groups

James Boyd

Werry Workforce Whāraurau


Bounce's 5 Tips to Wellbeing and How to Use Them

Experience Bounce's wellbeing workshop, which has been developed by young people for young people. It will be delivered by young people too (all things going according to plan!).

TBC

Bounce


NZQA's new Apprenticeship in Youth Work Programme

Careerforce is the Industry Training Organisation for the Youth Work sector and would like to share and celebrate that in consultation with Ara Taiohi, Korowai Tupu, Praxis and other key stakeholders in the youth work sector, they have developed and launched the new and fully funded Level 4 Apprenticeship in Youth Work programme.

Join us to look at:

  1. The Youth Work qualifications pathway available
  2. An overview of the new and fully funded Level 4 Youth Work apprenticeship programme
  3. Reflections from a current youth worker apprentice
  4. A hands on look and feel of the youth worker competencies embedded into the apprenticeship programme
  5. Where to go from here overview with Q&A

Lisa Hann

Eric Kneepkens

Careerforce